The third Seafieldroad album, The Winter of 88, is almost finished and will be in iTunes and other digital retailers from early January 2015.
Before that, there will be the first (and possibly last) Seafieldroad Christmas single, Don’t let the winter freeze your heart, available from Monday 8 December 2014.
If you’re one of the 88 people who pre-ordered the limited edition physical release, your CD and handmade artwork will be available at the album launch at the Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh on Sunday 7 December - or, if you can’t make it to the gig, it’ll be posted to you the following day, arriving just in time for Christmas.
The Winter of 88 consists of 11 new songs written and performed by Andrew from Swimmer One, including the recent single This Road Won’t Build Itself. It is produced by Hamish from Swimmer One and features choral singing and arrangements by Laura and Andrew from Swimmer One, plus our friends Joanne Richardson and Martin Bainbridge. Listen out for the lovely baritone voice of Drew Wright (aka Wounded Knee), reading the 88 names, and some beautiful live trumpet playing by Andy Moore of NoFit State Circus.
Track list below:
The last house on Holland Island
A port in the storm
There is no authority that we won’t argue with
Don’t let the winter freeze your heart
The world is just noise
This road won’t build itself
Clean pale hands
Leave the stadium
The winter of 88
Islands of the north Atlantic.
The Whatever Gets You Through The Night theatre show
We’re thrilled to announce that Whatever Gets You Through The Night, the live show, will be at the Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, 20-25 August, as part of the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. If you missed it during its sell-out run at the Arches in Glasgow last year, now’s your chance.
Swimmer One, Withered Hand, Rachel Sermanni, Emma Pollock, Bigg Taj and Wounded Knee will all perform live in the show, with other special guests tbc.
Tickets are now on sale here. Scroll down to find the performance date you want.
The show is a co-production between the Arches, Regular Music and Richard Jordan Productions. It’s being presented as part of this year’s Made in Scotland showcase.
Whatever Gets You Through The Night GFF poster – film screening and live music at Glasgow Film Festival
Daniel Warren’s film, Whatever Gets You Through The Night, is now touring to seven venues across Scotland in February 2013. Here are the dates…
15 February – The Arches, Glasgow
Part of the Glasgow Film Festival, with live sets by Swimmer One, Rachel Sermanni and Wounded Knee & Bigg Taj. BOOK TICKETS
22 February – Woodend Barn, Banchory
Live sets by Withered Hand and Bigg Taj. BOOK TICKETS
26 February – MacPhail Centre, Ullapool – Book tickets at http://www.macphailcentre.co.uk/
26 February – Heart of Hawick, Hawick. With intro and Q&A by Andrew from Swimmer One. BOOK TICKETS
1 March – Mull Theatre
Live sets by Emma Pollock and Wounded Knee. BOOK TICKETS
2 March – Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy. Live sets by Emma Pollock and Wounded Knee. For tickets, visit http://www.onfife.com/venues/adam-smith-theatre/overview
10 March – Dundee Contemporary Arts, includes Q&A with director Daniel Warren. For tickets, visit http://www.dca.org.uk/
Daniel’s film is part of a much bigger, multimedia project featuring dozens of Scottish musicians and writers, which was put together by Cora Bissett, David Greig and Swimmer One, and produced by The Arches in Glasgow. The live show premiered at the Arches in June 2012, the film premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe two months later, and the album/book was released in November 2012.
We’re hoping to revive the live show soon. Watch this space, or for more regular updates follow the project’s Facebook page
WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT / FILM TRAILER from danielwarren.tv on Vimeo.